Ride in an Ultra-Rare Maserati MC12 Around the Nurburgring

Sure, the MC12 might share parts with a Ferrari Enzo, but we don't think that's a bad thing.

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Remember the Maserati MC12? The car was an ultra-low-volume flagship supercar produced in the mid-2000s, based on the Ferrari Enzo. Only around 62 MC12s were ever produced, making it an incredibly rare sight to see. But that didn't stop this owner from whipping this blue example around the Nurburgring.

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While the normal Maserati MC12 uses the same 630-horsepower 6.0-liter V12 and six-speed single-clutch automated gearbox as the Enzo, this particular car has been modified by Edo Competition to make an outrageous 755 horsepower at 8000 rpm. Edo Competition also upgraded the body to MC12 "Corsa" spec, which means more downforce, and even better looks.

YouTuber got a chance to ride in this blue MC12 as it hit the Nordschleife during a track day event. While the driver didn't go all-out due to pesky noise limits, this ride still looks like a blast. Watch for yourself, and make sure to turn the volume up.

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